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Maree, mushroom veg soup in the winter would be wonderful with your morels! Definitely flash freeze or dehydrate some!

Oh Nell, I wish you were feeling better. Is it time to talk to the dr again? Are you still on the steroids? (Could they be causing the pain? I know they're rough on the stomach.)

Bess, I consulted with both sisters-in-law to find out what colors they'd like for their afghans - this one is turquoise, sort of a muted aqua, silver grey, and white. She said their living room is turquoise, grey, and white - she wanted cotton yarn, not wool or synthetics. And not too busy a pattern because the drapes are a busy pattern. I'll take photos tomorrow and post in a few days - wide stripe of deep turquoise, then dusty aqua, narrow band of silver, back to aqua, middle is white - the in reverse order the aqua-silver-aqua-turquoise. I have to spread it out on the bed to see the whole thing - it really turned out well.

Toni, your yoga sounds wonderful. Is this a class at a gym near you?

Cindy, men and older women seem okay with the J&J vaccine - it's women ages 18 to 49 or so who have had problems with it. (I did some reading on it, and yes, it is suspected that it's a combination of female hormones and the vaccine that cause the blood clots.) Oddly, our XX genes make us have a stronger immune system in general than men do, but it also makes women more susceptible to auto-immune disorders. (I loved chemistry in school, so I've been reading articles about the vaccine development, the testing protocols, and why some people react and others done. That's why we women have more of a reaction with the 2nd dose, we have that strong immune response going on.)

Donna, I hope your DH had a better day today, and that maybe both of you could have a nap. Does he still only want sweets to eat? Those liquid meal supplements might be just the thing.

Kate, I'm sure your niece would appreciate your cookies!

NancyAnne, the J&J is the one dose vaccine. But it also is the one causing blood clot problems in some women (ages 18 to 49, apparently). That's why I was thinking with your somewhat recent vein surgery, you might be advised to not get that one. The Moderna and the Pfizer are both the two-dose vaccines. And yes, women seem to get more of a reaction on that 2nd dose. (See what I wrote to Cindy, above.) And your builder really needs to get a new realtor if she's that inept!!!!

Kellie, thank you for working with medical centers and helping them get what they need to help all of us through this pandemic!!! Big hugs to you! And I keep wondering about those breathing apparatus things that medical staff are wearing (even the actors on Grey's Anatomy wear them in hospital scenes) - does the device on their back filter out all virus particles? It definitely looks like space age scuba gear!!!!

Sue, I had a sore arm the first week with the Covid vaccine too. We women are just more sensitive! And yes, it's a huge afghan - the pattern was designed to actually be a blanket for a king size bed!

But the afghan is done!!!!! YAY!!!!! Tomorrow while DH is at PT I'll spread it out on our bed and find all the stray ends that have worked loose, and either trim them or use a small crochet hook to weave them back in. Photo session for the afghan, then I'll pack it up and mail in out. I don't think it will fit in a flat rate box, but I plan to put it in a large trash bag and squeeze out the air - I'm hoping to compress it a bit.

Then I guess I'll start packing for our trip north. I think DH is on board with the idea of taking a train from Pennsylvania to Washington state - it would be Lancaster to Pittsburgh, a room on a sleeper train to Chicago (one overnight), then a third train to Seattle (another room, and two nights). The Seattle to Bellingham train is only twice a day, so we may just do a bus, or spend a night or two in Seattle. Shipping our car from PA.

We have a lot to organize, and I'll be busily cleaning house between all of the planning. Fortunately, I've stayed on top of that, so mostly it means a good dusting, vacuuming, and mopping the bathrooms and kitchen floors. Nothing I can't do over a few days, provided it doesn't rain so DH doesn't track in more mud.




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Hi, quick check-in. Long week, three days at different sites, walking around assessing network issues. I am not technical, I go to help with the application testing so the vendor can accumulate the necessary logs. A lot of time on my feet and listening to clinicians telling me about the challenges they face.

I'm a hugger. I want to hug everyone but I can't. I watched a young pregnant nurse get geared up to start her shift, a large hood around her face, a tube that went down her back to a fanny-pack-type device strapped to a belt across her waist, under her belly. Can you imagine that being a part of your workday, all day every day? We will all be so happy for this pandemic to be under control.

Big round of applause to everyone getting their vaccines. I know it can be scary. Big big hugs to those that need healing and emotional support through life-changing decisions.

I had a good therapy session tonight and then my apple watch told me it was international dance day so I did a shine dance fitness video on youtube, then some lower body ST.

Looking forward to working remotely again tomorrow. Give my aching feet a break.

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Phebess - Much of our booking for appointments is done online and uses email for communication so we had to book separately. I had an email I wanted to get out to my challenge team and so didn't go to book my appointment until several minutes after hubby booked his. I got the last available appointment available. My knitter friend and her hubby managed to have appointments booked within 5 or 10 minutes of each other because they were able to check in together and leave the rest area just a few minutes apart too. Hubby could have gone for his appointment and been home again in lots of time for me to drive over and be on time for mine. Parking was a bit limited though so finding a parking spot again might have been a challenge. Our appointments for the second dose are about 50 minutes apart so it will be a bit faster and no doubt warmer in August! That is a big afghan so it would be difficult to carry down to the dock. Too bad but I'm sure it's going to be lovely! Nice that you could lend a sympathetic ear to the neighbour and that others are trying to help out. It can be very difficult for women who have been abused to get back on their feet if they've had a very controlling husband.

Nell - It sounds like you need someone to step in and help with DH even if it's just getting him to an appointment or two. Take care. I wonder if it's wise for you to even be driving when you feel so poorly.

Bess - Organizing the patterns is nothing compared to the music i have to keep organized for the choir I conduct! After almost 11 years of gathering programs - although we do lots of repeats but change individual pieces out from time to time) I have two large binders full of music sitting on my piano. I'm hoping I can start pulling those programs out before the end o the years again because we're allowed back into the long term care homes to sing once again. Hubby and I had a good laugh about the band aid - maybe gave the nurse a little spark in her long day of jabbing needles into arms! Great to have time to catch up with a friend.

Toni - Thanks - it's nice to know we're on our way to being protected. We are starting to see a slight decrease in our numbers but they are still way to high to start opening things up yet. We might not had been put into crises mode had the premier put tighter restrictions in sooner as recommended by the health officials. Great to know that the yoga is helping you to feel better. I include a good deal of stretching in my daily workout routine, some of it a bit yoga based, and it does feel good!

Cindy - Glad that you and hubby can get your vaccines closer to home. For us it is a 10 minute drive tops. I don't think it took us that long to get there yesterday. Not much one can do sometimes but pray for situations. I heard that was a goo way to get to sleep - glad that it worked for you. I too had a hard time getting back to sleep last night after being up but it was more like 4 0'clock or so. Eventually I drifted off again. How wonderful to have someone come to cook dinner for you on Mother's Day. Hubby cooks any way so that's never a problem - or maybe he'll want to order in - we'll see. I shall have to content myself with some online video chatting with our son and a phone call from my daughter who I think I will be working although her schedule is changing - so of that, I'm not sure. Last year we had a lovely Skype that hubby arranged. Maybe by June they can come to visit again - we'll have to wait to see how things go with our cases and restrictions.

Donna - I can sometimes function on four hours of sleep for a good part of the day but boy does it hit me in the evening! Felt fine this morning but started feeling a bit fatigued about halfway through the afternoon. Had a bit of a restless night myself so not sure if that's why I'm tired or if it's a bit of reaction to the vaccine or a bit of both. Might just be form having a couple of nights this week where I didn't get as much sleep as I'd like. Hope that you and hubby both have a better night tonight.

Kate - Interesting how we can wake up and discover the solution to a problem that has obviously been percolating in our brains while we slept! Good of you to think of your niece and her need (possibly) for cookies!

Nancy Anne - That is good news about the radon remediation. Technically the builder still owns the home so I think it's only fair that they pay for something that didn't pass inspection. Too bad they can't ditch the realtor who seems to have NO idea what she's supposed to be doing! emoticon Anyway I hope that you can close on the set date and know that is done before flying out to be with your mom. Things are indeed starting to fall into place. the J&J vaccine is just one dose. I know that there are concerns about the possibility of it and the AstraZeneca causing blood clots and given your recent surgery, it might be best if you can avoid them. However, as least for the AstraZeneca, the (not sure about the J&J) the probability is less than what one faces from birth control pills. Hubby and I had the Pfizer which is two doses. I don't know about how the vaccine affects those who had COVID. I might have thought that you'd have some immunity at least for the time being, that would not require you to be vaccinated. I suppose consulting with a doctor might help but I know that there's much that they are still learning about this virus.

Pretty quiet day here - had a slightly sore arm at times earlier but I think that has passed. Been very dull but that seems to be what we'll be getting - along with some rain - for the next several days - probably close to a week. Guess we'll be paying for all the lovely sunshine we had earlier this month and in March. Talked to my sister last night and she is still going for her pre-op appointment tomorrow. BIL has had his driver's licence re-instated (withdrawn for medical reasons now cleared up with his use of a CPAP machine) - got the letter from the Ministry of Transportation the other day so that is good news for them.

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Good afternoon!

We were surprised this morning to learn that the building company agreed to pay Ĺ of the radon-remediation costs. You could have knocked me over with a feather! I figured they'd refuse because weíre already in here they know we have to pay it. Honestly, I wouldnít have blamed them because they arenít charging rent. They've threatened and we've been expecting the addendum to come, but it hasn't yet.

Our realtor is getting increasingly frustrated with the builderís realtor, who is holding up the entire process with her ineptness. Case in point: Our realtor sent her a sample letter of a form we need. The sellers realtor sent it, as-is, for a property clear across the country, to the builder and company owner and they SIGNED it! emoticon Unbelievable! At this point our realtor is basically doing her job for her, just to keep things moving along.

We have a good feeling the closing will be on May 10th. So I will be booking a flight out to California on the 17th or 18th to help my mom. My sister has also requested my company so that she wonít be alone when Mom is in surgery. So depending on timing I may be making two trips out if surgery doesnít happen in fairly short order after the consultation with the surgeon on the 13th.

Phebe- Interesting you say not to get the J&J vaccine- isnít that the two-dose one? At any rate, I was telling my husband this morning that if I get it I donít want the 2-dose one as it seems to be the one people are getting the sickest with. I'm hearing reports that those of us who have had Covid have worse reactions than those who donít to the vaccines. I donít want to increase those odds by undergoing two doses. And I may not be home to get the second one, anyhow.
I am sure you were a big blessing to your neighbor. Sounds like a great neighborhood, where people look out for each other.

Nell- I continue to keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Trying to manage your own pain and your husbandís business has got to be incredibly exhausting.

Bess- Thank you so much for the prayers! I am convinced prayers are what has kept me from completely losing my mind!
What a sweet blessing that little baby must be to the family! And congratulations on a lawn that needs cuttingÖ.. Thatís one sentence I never thought Iíd type out. emoticon

Toni- Your day sounds restful! Iím envious in a good way. emoticon

Cindy- Someone to cook a Motherís Day dinner? What a nice treat!

Hello to Kate, Donna, Sue, Maree, Sunny, and anyone else I missed!

Have a blessed Thursday!


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Donna good luck with hubby and get some rest if you can.

Nell please take care!

Toni that sounds like a nice day.

Cindy good luck with your shot and your niece and nephew.

Maree the mushrooms sound delicious!

Iím not happy with a cookie I did yesterday. I woke up knowing what I had to do. After Iím done here Iím going for a walk to get my meds. I also have yoga today at noon. I might chocolate chip cookies today. My niece quit her job and has one week left. Sheís happy about it, but still I think she might need cookies. She made an excellent living and has the money to take time off and be a mom. Sheíll be fine, but I get this strong feeling to send her cookies.

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Morning all on this cloudy day once again with rain not too far behind

Cindy good news to have your appointment on Saturday when you don't have the Littles. I hope all goes well. I am sure most of us have concerns about the vaccine but we don't really have much choice do we? We really do need to get back to a normal life once again.
Lovely your future DIL is coming over to cook dinner. I would be thrilled to. She sounds like a lovely young lady.
I can imagine how worried you are about your nephew and family. Many people go through these tough times and come out the better for it. Hopefully all will work out for them.

NancyAnne I can imagine how a great cry would relieve some of the stress. You have it coming from everywhere right now. Hopefully this will all be in the past for you soon.

Nell I hope the infusion goes well today and you start to feel better very soon. It seems like you need more help with managing yourself and your hubby. I know sometimes this is very hard to put in place Each one of us is very worried about you.

Toni good for you with your self care I am sure your body is saying thank you

Bess did you get the grass cut yesterday? I know it is a great workout and the best part is you are outside!!

Maree enjoy all this mushrooms. We are wish we were on your donation list.

DH had a bad night last night so needless to say so did i. I don't function well on only four hours sleep. Hopefully he will be better today. I have a few errands to do but I won't leave him until I am sure he will be ok. When I was out yesterday I bought him some meal replacement drinks thinking it might help. He sure doesn't seem to have an appetite any more.

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Cindy, just a few thoughts. If anything helps, keep it, toss the rest!

A powerful thing to say to people thinking about divorce that you think is probably not needed (no abuse) is to remind them that you lose a lot in a divorce...your history among other more practical things. It is a good reminder to people who want to escape difficult but workable marriage problems.

Someone said this to me and it made me think hard before I left my first marriage. And it was so valuable. I made the right decision for me but it made me think hard and be aware of what I left behind. Invaluable for going forward. And with a friend I said this to, he said that was the best advice he got after many people had advised him and he stayed with his wife and family.

And I think prayer is a good solution for getting back to sleep! I also focus on relaxing each part of my body starting at my feet. Never get very far... zzzz

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Good Thursday morning, y'all.

Toni, your "to do list" sounds like the perfect kind! Simple and fun and laid back.

Bess, I'm so glad you enjoyed cutting your grass! It really is a good workout, and I kind of miss doing it. Some years it has fallen to me, but now that DH is retired he is having too much fun with his riding mower :) Hope you enjoy your family time today!!

Maree, all those mushroom dishes sound just delicious! I wonder how dehydrated mushrooms would be? Would you soak them in water before using?

Nell, crikey, how in the world you can still be driving your hubby to appointments is beyond me! You were much in my prayers in the night. Hoping that infusion medication kicks in right quickly!!

I read the later posts from yesterday last night, and now I can't remember specific things to mention, except that Nancyanne, I'm glad you got a good cry. That can be such a healing way to let go of excess tension and stress.

Mama and I have settled into a routine where I get her into bed by about 9:45, and I try to get to sleep asap after that. Then she calls me when she needs to pee---usually between 1:30 and 2:30----and we both do that. I'm back into bed in about 6 minutes, not too bad. (This way she hasn't had to go in bed for weeks now, which is so great!) But my problem is getting back to sleep. Sometimes I just haven't been able to at all. Last night I tried just praying for each of you and your different needs, and not allowing my thoughts to dwell on the niece/nephew troubles I'm so worried about, and it worked well. Got me some good prayer time in, and got to sleep pretty quickly.

Niece and nephew were too tired to talk on the way home from the airport Tuesday night, and both had to be at work first thing yesterday, so I still don't know what they'll decide. Just trying to love on the Littles as much as possible, and praying.

My DH had an appointment to get the first Moderna shot today, in a town 20 minutes away. I was going to have to take him, and I'd have the Littles along and have to try to keep them happy in the car for who knows how long, and mama home alone all that time. Wasn't feeling great about it. Then I got a notification of a J&J event in our own town on Saturday, found back to back appointments for me AND DH, and got his other appointment cancelled. (We are still on a "homebound" list, but he's getting antsy to get his vaccine, and we still don't know how soon they'll get around to coming out here. So now mama will be the only one waiting for her shot.) So, here's hoping we don't get blood clots or bad reactions. Like you, Nancyanne, I don't have completely good feelings about these vaccines, with so little known about the long-term effects. But it seems like the right thing to do, so we are.

A happy thing yesterday was some texts from my future DIL, asking if she and DS can come over the 8th so she can cook a Mother's Day meal for us! Naturally, I was THRILLED with the idea!!

Not sure what's on my list today, other than "do school" and all the regular stuff. It's supposed to be pretty warm, so maybe some time outside? Hope you all find good ways to spend your day!

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Good morning.

Nell, it's infusion day and I know you are more than ready. Godspeed.

Maree, I don't think I know what back squats are??

Donna, yay for you being able to play golf again. Makes me smile knowing you can get out there again. It's been a long haul.

Sue, so happy you and your DH got your first vaccination. Here we are at about 40% and so the trends for the last 7 days are so much better.

Phebe, what a gracious spirit you have. I am guessing you lifted that woman's load a lot with your listening and advice.

Cindy, heart wrenching to hear about that young couple. They have been through so much together. I hope they find the best path for their family.

Bess, you are buzzing around. What are you up to?

Kate, hope you are feeling better. All those steps suggest you do. Isn't it amazing how they add up doing routine errands?

Sunny, catching up on bills and a walk. Sounds satisfying, though not as fun as those walks to see cactus and other desert blooms.

I've been feeling creaky so yoga yesterday with a lot of emphasis on hips, back and legs really fit the bill. I felt wonderful after. I am slipping into a habit of two classes a week and with virtual available as well as live I am loving it and the 'no excuses' schedule that helps me stick to a rhythm. So far this is the main 'win' of my self care weeks, although I am beginning to see my eating and weight get healthier too.

Easy peasy day ahead. Two phone calls, one work related and one catch up with a good friend. That and some gardening and a long walk ought to wrap up my to do list. Have a good one all.

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Maree - how wonderful to be able to indulge in so many mushroom dishes. What about a mushroom soup? I'm glad, too, that you found a fairly dependable way to find a good tenant. Just how many backsquats will you do today?

Phebess - what colors did you use for that afghan? It was so good of you to let your neighbor unload a little. We have always had our cars "checked out" before we take a long trip. Such a wise move with such big benefits.

Sue - I really admire people who organize their supplies and patterns. I like to go through things periodically and weed out what I will never use again. That was one cute nurse who treated your DH. I hope you both breeze through with few or no symptoms.

Nancyanne - I'm so sorry that things are so stressful for you. I'm glad you got a good cry and were able to pick yourself up afterwards and move on. You really do have a lot on your plate. Sending you prayers for strength and grace as you work your way through all these things.

Kate - Hope that sore arm is better today. It's allergy season here - took my first alegra of the spring yesterday.

Sunny - thanks. It was a busy day but productive. I'm delighted to hear your DH could trim those branches and make things look neater. Enjoy your Thursday.

Donna - YAY! How wonderful to hear you had a great day - and got to play golf. I hope you get in many more games this summer.

Cindy - many many prayers for grace and solutions for your dear niece and nephew and The LIttles. It's a good thing they have you. And yes for sure - there are many miracles. Maybe one for them too.

Nell - that is a horrific rental story. Alas. I actually know someone who lives in almost that much filth. She actually does take her dog out to do his business but the garbage in the kitchen? Yeah. I've seen that. Sorry you have such a tenant. Hope you're having a better day today.

Yoo Hoos to everyone else on the team.

I did get the paperwork done in the morning and met with my partner in paperwork at 10. We had a really productive day and got a lot done - then had lunch out. I would have come straight home but I wanted to check in with a friend who runs a little shop in town. She's been expecting her a new grandchild and this is a particularly poignant story for the first baby was stillborn. This one was born premature but weighed 5 lbs and gained another within 3 days. So much loving celebration took time and I didn't get home till about 3 - where I noticed the long green green grass of my yard needed to be cut. Oh just saying that makes me happy. For so long we had straggly Tobacco Road grass. Now I have a LAWN! Cutting it really pushes up my step count.

Today we're taking things over to our son and visiting TheGrands. yippee

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I am in terrible pain this morning. I can hardly walk upright. I have to take DH to the dentist this morning, but I'll have to come home rather than wait. I can't be in this kind of pain in the waiting room.

The worst tenant problems we have at the condo are Section 8 tenants. Landlords don't look past the high rent paid by the county, until they have to pay tens of thousands to restore the unit. It's illegal to discriminate against prospective tenants with rent vouchers (or even ask if they have them), though that's the biggest clue. The county's program is to house the poor, even if they aren't socialized enough to live in normal society, they don't care the cost to landlords who try to participate.

Esme seems to be better this morning. We'll see, I'm way too sick to deal with her diarrhea.

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Good morning!

More morel mushrooms yesterday!! I took 2 dozen to my brother Tuesday evening. He sent me text messages last night about how yummy they were. This has been the most successful season so yes we may consider dehydrating. DH is coming up with ideas from his hunting forums -- cheese and mushroom pizza. We had omelets one morning. I may sauté some today to use on my fajita and take some to my sister in law walking buddy.

Having had one horrible tenant (non-paying and ruined carpet, flea infested) and represented landlords evicting tenants, I learned not to trust references from a prospective tenant's current landlord--they will say anything to get rid of a bad tenant. Research eviction records, pay for a background check. Getting on the medical student list has worked great, except they graduate and leave every three years.

Nell, hang in there! How is Esme doing!

Cindy, just when your nephew seems to be getting his life together -- so sorry to hear this and will keep them in my prayers.

Donna, I guess it will take some practice to restore your golf skills. So glad for you!

I'm out of time. Backsquats today at crossfit. Hope all have a great day and stay healthy!

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